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09/20/2015 21:23 EDT | Updated 09/20/2016 01:12 EDT

NFL: Must-see moments of Week 2

So far, week 2 of NFL action has not failed to disappoint in providing some good storylines. Here are the some of the best:

Johnny Manziel shines

 Johnny Manziel threw a 60-yard touchdown pass to Travis Benjamin on Cleveland's second play and connected with his wide receiver again for a clutch 50-yarder with 2:52 left, giving the Browns a 28-14 win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.

Starting in place of injured Josh McCown, Manziel finished 8 of 15 for 172 yards. His last completion was vintage Johnny Football as Manziel spun to his left to avoid pressure and threw deep to Benjamin.

Manziel won his Heisman Trophy matchup with Marcus Mariota, who threw two TD passes in the second half for the Titans (1-1), but took a pounding in his second game. The No. 2 overall pick was sacked seven times.

Brady owns Bills' secondary

Tom Brady threw for 466 yards — the second-most of his career — and three touchdowns in leading the New England Patriots to a 40-32 win over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.

Julian Edelman scored two touchdowns, and the Patriots needed to stave off a fourth-quarter rally after building a 37-13 lead through three quarters.

New England's Stephen Gostkowski hit a 25-yard field goal with 1:15 left. The Bills' final drive ended on the next play from scrimmage when Tyrod Taylor's pass tipped off the hands of Sammy Watkins and was intercepted by Logan Ryan.

Brady improved to 24-3 against Buffalo, and his passing yards were the most ever by a Bills opponent.

AJ Green catch

After opening the season with a win on the road in Oakland, the Cincinnati Bengals hoped for a fast start at home at Paul Brown Stadium against another west coast opponent, the San Diego Chargers. And that's exactly what they got as they opened the scoring with a 16-yard touchdown connection from Andy Dalton to A.J. Green.

The Bengals went on to a 24-19 triumph to open the season 2-0.

Carr's reprieve grounds Ravens

Oakland Raiders' quarterback Derek Carr was having a career day before throwing an interception that put his team into a hole in a game where they led four times against the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens finally caught and went ahead of the Raiders 33-30 before Carr was granted a reprieve.

He led a 65-yard drive in the closing minutes and found Seth Roberts with a 12-yard scoring strike with 26 seconds remaining to give the Raiders a 37-33 win and even their record at 1-1.

Carr finished with three touchdown passes and a career-high 351 yards on the day.